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Ottawa police investigate complaint that officer posted racist comments about Inuk artist - Ottawa - CBC News

29.9.16

Ottawa police investigate complaint that officer posted racist comments about Inuk artist - Ottawa - CBC News: The comments, which Coburn noted were "troubling for the overt racism of the text" were posted from the Facebook account of Chris Hrnchiar, who Coburn noted appeared to be an Ottawa police sergeant. Coburn called this "distressing."

Coburn shared his emailed complaint with CBC News, as well as a response from Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau, who said his staff would follow up.


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